Tag Archive | 30th Birthday

Updates

I know it has been a while since I posted last so here are a few updates:

 

1) It’s less than 30 days now till my 30th Birthday Celebration Trip at Disney

2) My cousin and his wife are moving back which means my favorite five-year old (their daughter who is like a niece to me) and her baby brother are going to be closer!  That baby has already stolen my heart!

3) The down side to them moving back home, no more trips to South Dakota.  I have come to love that place.

 

Recent Books Read:

1) “Spring Fever” by: Mary Kay Andrews

2) “Wife by Wednesday” by: Catherine Bybee

3) “Married by Monday” by Catherine Bybee

4) “Fiancé by Friday” by Catherine Bybee

5) “Single by Saturday” by Catherine Bybee

 

Recent Dishes from the Kitchen:

1) More Pioneer Woman Baked Ziti

2) Raspberry Lemonade Cake

3) More Black Bean and Corn Salsa

4) Nutella Brownies

5) Chocolate Lover’s Poke Cake

 

I’ll follow up a few of these updates with blog posts very soon.

“Rounding Third And Heading For Home”

In the words of the late, great Reds’ radio announcer, Joe Nuxhall.  That is where I am at with this whole turning 30 thing.  Maybe I have even rounded third and am starting my slide into home, because one week from today is the big day.  The day when I will have 3 sets of 10 candles on my cake.  Hopefully they all won’t be lit, that could start a fire.  As much as I think I am ready for this, it’s still a little scary.  But no matter what it is going to come and before I know it the day will be over.  

Final Month

One month from today is my 30th Birthday.  I only have one month left of my twenties.  Wow, that is a little strange to say!  As I prepare for my thirtieth Birthday I have been contemplating a few things.  The most important is, I’m going to make my thirtieth year worth it.  It’s going to be a year of much-needed change.  I hope by this time next year I am a different person inside and out.  This Southern Belle has been living under a magnolia tree and it’s time to come out and start smelling those magnolias. It’s time to take life by the horns.